Greetings! I hope everyone had a great fall. * I heard from Christine Celata. She has been retired since 2011, after a couple of years of doing physics for Cornell University part time. She has been pursuing watercolor painting—her first venture into art since her second grade teacher told her she had no talent for it. She has also been tutoring pre-calculus at the local high school, knitting for charity, taking strength-training classes, reading, and having fun. She now lives in Pasadena, Calif. * After a great career in the private service sector, Lori Gill Pazaris decided to make a change. Instead of retiring at age 64, Lori decided to give back to the community and is now working as a geriatric care support coordinator. This has been rewarding and eye-opening as she helps seniors receive services and medical care they otherwise would not receive. She remains close friends with Colby roommates Susan Doten Greenberg and Carol Lewis Jennings. * Earle Shettleworth spoke in June at Reunion 2013 about the architecture of the old and new Colby campuses, as covered in his new book, Waterville. The book, which he wrote to help celebrate the 200th anniversary of the College, is a pictorial history of the city presented through old postcards. It was published by Arcadia Publishing as part of their series of books on American cities illustrated by historical postcards. Earle also attended the July festivities for the opening of the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion at the Colby Museum of Art. He says it’s a truly impressive building with a great collection of American art, and that it was moving to see what extraordinary progress has been made in the arts at Colby since we attended in the 1960s.